Dr. Kaplan named Visiting Professor at UC Davis

Visiting Professor at UC Davis
Dr. Jonathan Kaplan with Dr. Michael Wong, chairman of UC Davis plastic surgery program with some of the residents.

Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Kaplan, founder/CEO of BuildMyBod Health for being named a Visiting Professor at UC Davis (University of California at Davis). His visiting professorship will take place in Sacramento on Tuesday, November 5th.


Visiting Professor at UC Davis

The UC Davis visiting professorship program extends an invitation to a plastic surgeon that the residents feel has a knowledge base that can augment their day-to-day training. In Dr. Kaplan, they will receive insight into his experience in private practice. But not just a narration of what his practice is like. As with all of Dr. Kaplan’s presentations, he will present outcomes data on various aspects of his practice. This includes data on clinical patient care and the business side of healthcare. Through his presentations, he demonstrates supporting documentation for the actionable recommendations he makes.


As part of his visiting professorship, he will also speak at the Greater Sacramento Society of Plastic Surgeons on Monday night, November 4th. His presentation topics at the GSSPS will include:
1) The SIMI® (Single Incision Minimally Invasive) Neck Lift
2) Why it’s critical to diversify your marketing channels


As the Visiting Professor at UC Davis, his presentations will include:
1) The Safer Brazilian Butt Lift in my practice
2) Growing the resident cosmetic clinic
3) The SIMI® (Single Incision Minimally Invasive) Neck Lift
4) I bought a practice, should you?


The topics above will give the residents an array of subjects that are interesting, and better prepare them for life after training.


Click here for the original blog post written by Dr. Kaplan for BuildMyBod.


“Dr. Kaplan is a true professional. He gave me extremely helpful and direct honest advice…I strongly recommend him.”– David S.

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